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Process Simulate on eMS Intermediate Robotics

In the Process Simulate on eMS Intermediate Robotics (CEE) course, basic features of robotic event-based simulation are explored using the Cyclic Event Evaluator (CEE). The CEE, which functions like a PLC, is used to control how a typical robotics simulation progresses using logic.

  • Software/Version: Process Simulate on eMS 13.1
  • User Level: Intermediate
  • Duration: 4 Days

Who Should Attend?

Individuals who wish to become knowledgeable in creating event-based simulations using the Cyclic Event Evaluator (CEE).

Prerequisites:

  • Process Simulate on eMS Basic Robotic Simulation
  • A basic knowledge of robotics and controls is suggested.

Provided Course Materials:

  • Student Guide

Course Topics:

  • Project preparation
  • Concept of event-based simulation
  • Device operations basics
  • Common and differential transitions
  • Part appearances and material flow
  • Sensors
  • Logic blocks and smart components
  • Process logic management (modules)
  • Defining and simulating conveyors
  • Event-based robotic signals

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